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    Posted: 06 March 2021 at 09:23
Welcome to the third part of "Bicycles".

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What an unexpected (and embarrassing) picture. Good catch!
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Originally posted by Mark Twain Mark Twain wrote:

What an unexpected (and embarrassing) picture. Good catch!


I am afraid this is a annual clean-up ( ) in the canals of Delft. Fishing only the selective areas where , during summer, floating terraces/barges are anchored .
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Every city with canals has this. Some of the 22.8 million bikes in the Netherlands are on the bottom of canals.

Others are parked like these in Utrecht:
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Sometimes the catch is more disappointing


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long term parking

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I wonder where I left my bike?

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Looks like a bike park at Dutch railway stations
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Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

Looks like a bike park at Dutch railway stations


It's a bike park at Oxford railway station.
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It is said that the average Amsterdam canal has 1 meter of water, one meter of mud, and one meter of bicycles.



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I knew people from Amsterdam area bit different, but why do they put the mud on top of the bikes?

Anyway, people from Utrecht place their bikes everywhere:

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This thread is hilarious!
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